Thursday, July 3, 2014

Stippled Blossom Wedding Card


Hi Friends!  It's me, Tina, Frenchie's "Passport Pal", with another card to share with you.  Today's card is a wedding card that I was asked to make for a friend's nephew and his new wife.  It had been a while since I played with my Stippled Blossoms stamp set (#132076 w / #126747 c pg 159) and I knew I wanted to use it for this special card.  Stippled Blossoms is a fabulous 2-step stamping set and it's so easy to use yet it looks absolutely stunning!  I made a video a couple of years ago that shows you how simple and fun these stamps are to use: Note Card Holder.  Here is the wedding card I made:

  • The base of the card is Crisp Cantaloupe (#131298) and next layered our gorgeous new Mossy Meadow (#133676) and Basic Black (#121045).  
  • I stamped the images on a piece of Whisper White Card Stock (#100730).  The big rose is stamped with Crisp Cantaloupe ink (#131176) and then Calypso Coral (#126983) on top.  
  • The smaller flowers were stamped first with Blushing Bride (#131172) and then Strawberry Slush (#131178).  
  • I used Wild Wasabi ink (#126959) for the solid part of the leaves and then Mossy Meadow ink (#133645) for the detailed stamp on top.  
  • A little color with So Saffron marker (#131263) was used in the middle of the pink flowers. 
  • Label Love (#130619 w / #130622 c pg 14) was stamped twice on Whisper White card stock with Black Stazon ink (#101406).  
  • I used the Artisan Label punch (#130920) for one of the images and I cut the Mr & Mrs from the second one and mounted with Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430). 
  • Don't you just love the dainty look you can get with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch (#119275) and a piece of scrap Whisper White paper?  
  • I wanted to pull some of the green from the card stock into the label so I just squeezed my Mossy Meadow ink pad to get some ink on the inside of the lid and applied it using an Aqua Painter (#103954).  
  •  I also added some texture on the card with a piece of White Organza Ribbon (#114319).
I loved how this card turned out - especially with a little Dazzling Diamonds Glitter (133751) and Rhinestones (#119246) to give it some bling!  I also stamped the inside of the card as well as on the envelope (#107301) - this really ties it all together:

I hope the Bride and Groom enjoy their card as much as I enjoyed making it for them.  Now scoot on over to my blog to see what Frenchie has in store for you today: The Serene Stamper.


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See you again in two weeks - Frenchie and I will be together in Salt Lake City for our annual Stampin' Up! convention.  It will be great to see her and all our demonstrator friends.  I know we're going to be very excited and have lots to share with you! Until then, HAPPY STAMPING!


Tina Zinck
Tina Zinck

So in short I'm a child of God, a wife, a mom, sister (4 girls in my family no brother but many brother in law), love the outdoor and YES a Stampin'Up! demo of 13 plus years and still counting. That is me in a nut shell.

1 comment:

  1. I love this stamp set and the colors you used are amazing...wonderful card...thank you for sharing.

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